The State Department has granted Enbridge Energy a presidential permit for the final piece of its project to boost the capacity of its Alberta Clipper oil pipeline.Read More »
Roughly five years after thousands of gallons of hazardous chemicals were removed from an abandoned metal-plating factory in Washington County, government officials are looking for a contractor to remove the remaining contaminated material in the hope of redeveloping the long-vacant site. On ...
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The Wisconsin Supreme Court decided on Thursday not to weigh in on an appeal of a dismissal of a legal-malpractice case filed against a Brookfield lawyer by the owner of a landscaping company whom he had represented in a personal-injury case.Read More »
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is working to restore buildings on some islands in northeast Wisconsin that date back more than a century. The cost of renovations to the 325-acre Plum Island and the 4-acre Pilot Island could total almost $7 million, WLUK-TV reported.Read More »
For the first time since lawmakers repealed Wisconsin’s remaining prevailing-wage laws, WisDOT is advertising projects that will have no minimum requirements for workers’ pay. But since most state projects receive some federal money and come under Davis-Bacon prevailing wages, at ...Read More »
More than 90 percent of people who buy health insurance through a federally run exchange in Wisconsin receive subsidies that President Donald Trump is taking away, fueling calls from Democrats and other advocates to take action to soften a predicted 36 percent increase in costs.
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